Learn How To Root Android Device With Z4Root
Today I’ll tell you can how you can root your Android device using Z4root method, but before you start please bear in mind that this is a universal method. Feel free to try it but if it does NOT work for you, you can search it for your specific phone from our search bar to see if we have a different procedure for your device and try that instead.
This guide is reported to gain permanent root access on following devices but might work on other devise:
Samsung Galaxy S (All variants)
Galaxy 3 I5800
Cricket Huawei Ascend
Droid 1 (Non Froyo Versions)
Garmin Asus A50
Motorola Milestone 2
X10 Mini Pro
Smartq v7 android 2.1
This will NOT work on the following devices:
Desire (requires nand unlock)
Desire HD (requires nand unlock)
Evo (requires nand unlock)
G2 (requires nand unlock)
Archos 70 (unknown)
myTouch 3G (unknown)
MyTouch Slide (requires nand unlock)
Step #1: Download the Z4 Root app either from the Market (if it is available) or download it from here and use a file manager (Linda file manager or Astro file manager from the Market) to install it.
Step #2: Connect your phone to PC using USB cable and mount the storage so we can transfer files to it.
Step #3: Copy the .apk file over to the root of your sd card (not in any folder just on the sd card itself).
Step #4: Download a file manager from the Market then open it and search for the z4 root apk file.
Step #5: Install z4 root.
Step #6: Open z4 root and click Root. Done that’s it enjoy.[theunlocker]